The sheer scale of number of victims could almost be called unbelievable, but police are making it clear they have no reason to disbelieve them.
What started from the ITV documentary when five women came forward, then ballooned to twenty last week, then sixty, and now two hundred possible victims.
Speaking to some of the organisations, they have been taking calls from people who have been naming other people, talking about other people who worked at the BBC at the same time as Savile.
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